Mindfulness is useful for a range of issues such as Depression, Anger, Fear, Addiction, Grief, Panic attacks, Phobia, Loss, Fatigue, Anxiety, Confusion, Existential crisis, as well as, many other life challenges.
As a practice Mindfulness is concerned with the Mental, physical & Spiritual aspect of one's life and experiences. In Mindfulness terms, Spirit refers to the unseen, i.e. what is experienced by the individual. Mindfulness is not a religion. You are not required to adopt any philosophy or practices that contradict your own beliefs or experiences.
Do I have to meditate to practice Mindfulness?
The answer is No! You can benefit from mindful awareness without the use of meditation. Furthermore, there are various forms of mediation that do not resemble the conventional understanding of meditation.Various methods of being "in the now" will be discussed during sessions.
“Just as a candle cannot burn without fire, man cannot live without a spiritual life.”
Mindfulness creates a platform for:
Greater insights as you learn how to observe your experiences with clarity, in so doing, you respond rather than react.
Developing more compassion, as you develop a greater capacity forempathic understanding. This mindset helps with relationships both personally and professionally.
Practising self-love so you can let go of destructive thinking patterns such as self-blame, guilt, low self-esteem...
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